We just spent over 3 months on the road, traveling through the northeast USA and into the Canadian Maritime. This was absolutely the worst campground of the trip. Restrooms you wouldn't take your dog to use. DO NOT stay in this campground.
A real hard park to rate. The ladies in the office were as friendly and helpful as any we encountered in Newfoundland. But the water is pumped out of the large lake out back and the water pressure was almost nonexistent. And we shared a 15 amp site with another camper - even though we were supposed to park in the last site available - and the other camper came in after we did. And the whole park looks and feels like it's being neglected.
By far the better option to the parks in Rocky Harbor. And the closest to Western Brook Pond. Beautiful ocean view from any of the sites. We enjoyed a beautiful sunset and sunrise - hard to come by in Newfoundland.
Absolutely stunning view of Witless Bay Ecological Reserve from our campsite (no 7). We saw puffins and other seabirds from our campsite with the aid of our spotting scope. And whales from the comfort of our fifth wheel. Not many parks can boast such amenities. Don't even know if they had showers. The one restroom was clean.
I'm going to rate this campground as a 7 for two reasons - 1) the view and 2) what I will explain later. First, the campground was not officially open when we stayed there. Nonetheless, the owner was willing to charge full price even though only one restroom was open (everyone used the women's room) and the laundry, common room, and office were closed. But the view was fabulous and Wi-Fi was available at our site. And the one restroom was indeed clean. Later in the season none of this would be a problem.
Everyone that stays in this park just raves about it. Include us as well. Restrooms and showers are not heated (and it was chilly), but that's about the only con we can think of. We did enjoy the lobster that the owner brought to our site. Just wish every owner was this concerned about their campground and it's visitors. They just did it right.